Olivier Dussopt defends “responsible” projects, Aurore Bergé believes that “the right to strike is not the right to block”
After the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, the replacement of the Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopt: a few days before the inter-union mobilization against the pension reform project defended by the executive, members of the government take turns in the media, Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 January, to support the need to postpone The official retirement age is 64 years.
On Saturday, the head of government challenged critics denouncing the negative consequences of the bill, which is currently in the State Council before being presented to the Council of Ministers, for the lowest revenue. “I cannot allow it to be said that this reform will punish the simple people. This is the opposite “, emphasized Elisabeth Borne at France Inter, on the occasion of the emission We don’t stop eco.
“We have priorities, balance, because this system needs to be maintained (…) and it is also necessary to integrate in this dimension the need to not only talk about money but also talk about justice”said Olivier Dussopt, Sunday, guest of France Inter, France Télévisions and the World in the Political issues. The Minister of Manpower stated that the ambition of” increase “ taking into account the difficulties, long career management and retirement levels can only be achieved with a strategy ” responsible ” – or, he argued, by maintaining the goal of limiting the system’s deficits.
“It must be recognized that the pension reform will require the efforts of millions of French people”according to MP Aurore Bergé, president of the Renaissance parliamentary group, in “Le Grand Jury RTL-Le Figaro-LCI”. Asked about mobilizing against the text – the first day of strikes and demonstrations is scheduled for January 19 – he assured that the reforms “will be adopted and come into force”.
The MP for Yvelines says he doesn’t want to “preventing the right to strike”. “On the other hand, we have minimum services that are in transportation and that must be done at RATP and SNCF, and we have minimum admission services in schools and I ask people to be specially mobilized ». “This right to strike is not a right to block”also not “the right to block French people who want to go to work”he repeated. “If we have to go further” to change the minimum service law, “we will be ready to do it”he warned.
Philippe Martinez predicts “very strong mobilization”
In France 3, Philippe Martinez said he planned a “very strong mobilization” January 19th. “This is going to be a very, very strong mobilization. It has to be level 1995, even 2010”stated, on Sunday, the general secretary of the CGT, who “do everything for” that more than a million French people took to the streets on Thursday, to an inter-union call, against the reform project.
“There should also be strikes in public and private companies”, added Philippe Martinez. He said rely “number of buses booked to go to demonstrations”to “a strike notice that has been filed for a long time” in public services and transportation, and for many employees “who called us to ask how we carried out the strike”.
Meanwhile, Olivier Dussopt said he was predicting “that there will be people on the street because there are mobilizations being made by many organizations”. “Trade unions have legitimacy when they call for strikes or demonstrations”the Minister continued, before recalling: “That is a right. I hope this will not result in a blockage in the country because many people want to continue working.”.